Live From New York, It’s The Big Stage with Kenan Thompson

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Before landing D2: The Mighty Ducks, Kenan Thompson couldn't even roller skate. Now he adds finesse on the ice to an impressive list of life's accomplishments. As the longest-running cast member in Saturday Night Live history, Kenan has spent the past 17 years making us laugh from week to week. He stops by The Big Stage to reflect on his journey from child actor to sketch comedy savant and Emmy Award winner. What are some key lessons he's learned along the way? Kenan describes why the job of being a comedian today is hard but as necessary as it's ever been.

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Adam Sansiveri
Managing Director —Head of the Nashville Private Client Group and Co-Lead Sports and Entertainment Group

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